Comments Off on Review: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (THEATRE KRAKEN) @ THE GLADSTONE: APRIL 13–22, 2017

Little Shop of Horrors Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman Music by Alan Menken April 13–22, 2017 The Gladstone Theatre 910 Gladstone Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario   Little Shop of Horrors is a musical that’s based on a movie that based on a musical that’s based…

Comments Off on Crush Cross Canada Improv Showcase

Monday April 2nd, 2012, Crush Improv brings Canada to Ottawa. Join Ottawa improv heroes Crush Improv as they host the 4th Annual Crush Cross Canada Showcase at Academic Hall on the U of O Campus with all proceeds going to help house the participating performers…

Comments Off on Ottawa Sketch Comedy:Ottawa Battles SNL and SCTV for live comedy supremacy

A group of Ottawa-based actors have decided to step into the ring and challenge for North American comedy supremacy. The increasing popularity of “Ottawa Sketch’s THE LIVE SHOW” has people wondering why we haven’t taken on New York, Los Angeles, and of course Toronto, in…

Comments Off on “Cancer Can’t Dance Like This" Comedy Show

The Lymphoma Foundation of Canada is pleased to host “Cancer Can’t Dance Like This” Comedy Show & After Party coming up on Friday September 17, 2010 at the Hampton Inn featuring Daniel Stolfi. Daniel Stolfi, a lymphoma survivor, has put together a 1 ½ hour…

Comments Off on That Dinosaur is Blue Productions Presents: Men Telling Stories

I’m pretty sure that the youngest production company in the Ottawa Fringe this year just stole my heart… All right, it was my funny bone, but to me, that’s the most prized piece of my anatomy! Matt Stewart and Peter Nielson were persuaded by their…

Comments Off on The Tumbleweed Project continues Eastward: Improv that is "growing"

On May 13th, one improviser performed a one-man set in Vancouver. That one improviser jumped into a van and travelled East to Edmonton to perform a two-person show with a second improviser. They together then drove to Calgary to pick up a third improviser, and…

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    It’s Friday night and the streets are busy in Ottawa’s Chinatown. Some 20 patrons sit in a dimly lit room near the corner of Bronson and Somerset, sipping wine and picking at bowls of Kung Pao surrounded by informal Asian-funk décor. Without notice,…